Explaining Darfur: Four Lectures on the Ongoing Genocide

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Agnes van Ardenne-van der Hoeven, Mohamed Abdel Rahim Mohamed Salih, Nick Grono, Juan E. Méndez
Amsterdam University Press, 2006 - History - 60 pages
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Despite serious pressure from the United Nations, public statements of outrage from the United States, and international horror at genocidal acts, the war in Darfur, Sudan, continues unabated—and with very little actual international intervention. Many in the West still have only a very limited understanding of either the conflict or the forces driving it.
Explaining Darfur provides essential resources for understanding the conflict in Darfur, from the historical background to an analysis of the present situation. It also proposes several nonviolent ways of solving the crisis, from the democratization of the Sudan to reconciliation negotiations between tribes at all levels to dramatically expanding the operational capacity of the peacekeeping troops supplied by the African Union. Initiated by the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, this will be the definitive study of the ongoing Darfur conflict and its possible solutions.

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Fouad Ibrahim
7
Mohamed Salih
27
Juan Mendez
49
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Agnes van Ardenne-van der Hoeven is Dutch Minister for Development Cooperation.

Mohamed Salih is a faculty member of the Institute of Social Studies in the Hague and professor of politics of development at Leiden University.

Nick Grono is a member of the International Crisis Group.

Juan Méndez is special advisor on the prevention of genocide to the UN Secretary General and president of the International Center for Transitional Justice.

Fouad Ibrahim is professor emeritus of the African department at the University of Bayreuth.

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